Westminster, CA, Nov. 13, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE — BioLargo (OTCQB: BLGO), developer of sustainable technologies and full-service environmental engineering, announced today that its President & CEO Dennis P. Calvert was interviewed by The Wall Street Resource, a platform for microcap company news and due diligence. The interview can be accessed here: https://thewallstreetresource.com/webcasts/.
Mr. Calvert’s interview highlighted several of BioLargo’s innovative clean tech products and services. In particular, Mr. Calvert gave an update on the development of the company’s new water treatment technology designed to address per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a class of water contaminants of growing concern in the US.
The interview with Mr. Calvert was published at 2:00 p.m. PST on November 13, 2019. The interview webcast is free of cost to all listeners and available at www.thewallstreetresource.com. In addition, the interview will be available for replay.
About Biolargo (BLGO)
BioLargo invents, patents, and develops innovative platform technologies for three markets: 1) advanced water and wastewater treatment, 2) industrial odor and VOC control, and 3) advanced wound care products. With a wide array of issued patents, an extensive R&D talent pool, and a full-service engineering team, the company maintains a robust pipeline of products from inception through maturity. BioLargo monetizes its technology assets with the goal of maximizing both impact and shareholder value, using licensing, strategic partnership, and direct-to-market strategies.
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Dennis P. Calvert, President & CEO of BioLargo, Inc.